Samsung ML-2010 Multiple Copies ABEBooks HomeBase


I recently bought a computer with Windows 7 (previously used Windows XP) and note that whilst most programes print just fine, an old Microsoft Access-based bookseller database program called AbeBooks HomeBase 2.3 (created in 2003) only prints one copy at a time on my Samsung ML-2010 (however many copies you tell it to print). Any tips?

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Samsung ML-2010 Multiple Copies ABEBooks HomeBase


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Did you try 3.0?
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No I'm afraid I haven't. It's a completely different product in many ways, principally in ABE having control of your data (so far as I can gather). I guess it would be interesting to know if it prints correctly.

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Here's the problem I run into.

One app does that, then others work fine mean that this older app needs a fix. I find consumers don't care who fixes it, just that it gets fixed. Since it's Abe's app, all concerns and bugs are best presented to Abe.

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